Dr. Allison Rees has been teaching LIFE Seminars courses since 1991. Tens of thousands of parents and professionals have attended these popular courses in Victoria. Allison is the trusted voice of parent education.
She has co-authored two books, Sidestepping the Power Struggle and The Parent Child Connection and has written countless articles for various magazines. Allison has been featured as the expert on various television programs and was the co-host of the Island Parent Radio Show for twelve years.
Allison’s presentations are down to earth, honest and to the point. Lectures are packed with insights, and rich interactions with the audience. While her subjects are pre-planned, her lectures are not which is why people don’t tire of the material when they repeat the courses. She is rapidly expanding her knowledge to other professionals worldwide.
Delivered with honesty, knowledge, and warmth.
Allison can speak from one hour to an entire weekend. Let her know what topics interest you and she’ll put something together that will please a wide range of people.
If you are interested in scheduling Allison for your event, please contact LIFE Seminars Click here.
Testimonials from a recent event put on by Child Care Resource & Referral
“Excellent information, well presented…funny and open.”
“Sometimes it feels no matter what one says or does is wrong! She gives one a new perspective. ”
“Love her, I feel like she’s been in my house. Would love to hear more from her.”
“I learned different words to use with kids. I want more, time flew by.”
Comments from teachers and EAs, School District 63
“Allison Rees is a capacity in her field. I always learn so much from her sessions.”
“Allison Rees was fantastic! I would love to hear more seminars by her. She was a great speaker, engaging, funny and super knowledgeable.”
“I have heard about Allison from colleagues and she did not disappoint. She is engaging and interesting.”
“Allison is a good and loving presenter. She is easy to hear and understand. If we had more time I would like to have small groups to practice techniques.”